United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

Children’s Ministry

The nature of children’s ministry is undergoing considered and considerable change in parishes right across the United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough.

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Those involved in children’s ministry recognise the vast challenges and opportunities facing them in how they serve and support the Church’s youngest members.

DGYC

To see all church communities in Dublin & Glendalough full of young people who are actively developing and growing in their faith in God.

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Young Adults Ministry

Mission to 18–35year olds: An initiative to form, innovate, grow, train, serve, network and build community and ownership of faith and mission among 18 to 35 year olds. We represent a unique opportunity to convene, unite and distribute leaders with a common vision into every channel of culture.

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Board of Education

There are a total of 47 schools in the United Dioceses – 33 in Dublin and 14 in Glendalough.

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Social Action Committee

Our dioceses is comprised of both urban and rural communities and this has defined the focus of our social action.

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Council for Mission

The council acts as a think tank and generator of resources to facilitate mission in all its aspects.

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Chaplaincies

All major hospitals, prisons and third level educational institutions in the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough will normally have a Church of Ireland Chaplain accredited to it.

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Ministry of Healing

The Church’s Ministry of Healing identify themselves as being on a journey and part of God’s pilgrim people, specifically, indentifying with three elements.

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Church Music Dublin

Giving worship a vibrant voice through music

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